April is National Child Abuse Prevention Month

You can make a difference:

-Planting a pinwheel garden to raise awareness

-Wearing blue ribbons all month long

-Displaying blue ribbon trees and lawn signs

-Holding an open house and inviting the community to learn what they can do to prevent child abuse

-Organize a fundraiser to support child abuse prevention effotrs

-Host The Lisa Project at your site!

The Lisa Project in 10: Some Secrets Should Be Told

The Lisa Project 10 is a ten minute interactive experience about child abuse prevention that takes you into the experience of child victims of abuse.

Bring The Lisa Project in 10 to your community, school, business, event, etc...

We conduct ACEs awareness activities on behalf of Tulare County. Our focus area is currently on Father Engagement...When it comes to the growth and development of young children, father engagement is incredibly influential. Research has shown that children benefit directly from the involvement of a father in their lives, especially if that father is engaged.

Report Suspected Child Abuse & Neglect 24/7

In case of emergency, dial 911. Contact the Tulare County Child Welfare Services hotline at 1-800-331-1585. Calls are anonymous

Information for Mandated Reporter

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